Cas Burns, MFA, is a creative human factors engineer excited for new opportunities in a technical field. They are seeking to leverage their human factors education along with their past experiences in data analysis and customer experience research at an arts non-profit as they transition to a career in engineering. Cas has a proven track record of producing solutions that are simultaneously data-driven and human-centered.
In addition to their engineering studies, Cas is a Boston-based arts administrator and freelance multimedia artist. Their work lives within the intersection of dance and technology, manifesting as choreography, experimental film, production design, photography, graphic design, writings, and combinations therein. Some of Cas’s recent projects include the creation of a dance film with students at Dixie State University, redesigning dance artist Maddie Kurtz’s website, cowriting an article on adjunct activism and antiracist dance pedagogy for The Activist History Review, and teaching Camera & Choreo at SUNY Brockport. Currently, they work as the Director of Operations & Research for Urbanity Dance.
(full resume coming soon)